In 2003, the Coordinated Technology Implementation Program (CUP), a cooperative technology deployment and sharing program between the FHWA Office of Federal Lands Highway and Federal land management agencies, launched an effort to develop a comprehensive manual on best practices for using native plants to revegetate roadsides after construction.
What does FLM stand for?
FLM stands for Federal Land Management
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- Military and Government
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We have 83 other meanings of FLM in our Acronym Attic
- Finger Lakes Land Trust (est. 1989; Ithaca, NY)
- First Line Leader Training
- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (book)
- Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Scottsdale, AZ)
- Facility List Message (digital equipment)
- Faculté Libre de Médecine (French: Free School of Medicine)
- Faleminderit (Albanian: thank you)
- Family Life Movement
- Fecky Little Men (gaming)
- Federación Luterana Mundial (Spanish)
- Federal Land Manager
- Fédération Luthérienne Mondiale (French)
- Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Motorhomes (French: Luxembourg Federation of Motorhomes; Luxembourg)
- Female-Led Marriage (relationship type)
- Fetal Lung Maturity
- Fiber Loop Multiplexer
- Field Level Maintenance
- Field Logistics Manager
- Fight Like Matt
- File Level Metadata
Samples in periodicals archive:
An Idaho state task force in 1998 found that federal land management in the state (with the Forest Service the largest federal land owner there) was characterized by "uncertain decision making, destabilization of resource dependent communities, and deterioration in environmental quality.
The federal government also has a strong legal and historical obligation to manage the O&C lands for counties' economic benefit - an obligation that ought to be unaffected by changes in federal land management priorities.
In August, President Bush signed an executive order directing federal land management agencies to implement actions to improve the management of wildlife on public lands in an effort to expand and enhance hunting opportunities.
TNA: Is this part of the reason the rulings in your case have caused so much consternation among environmental groups and federal land management agencies?
This would provide adequate resources to state governments, state wildlife management agencies and federal land management agencies so they can perform environmental work required by law while sustaining multiple uses of public lands, including energy development.
Mules helped gold miners reach claims, tourists gape at spectacular views, conservationists locate natural wonders, the Sierra Club find wilderness worth saving, hunters spot game, and Federal Land Management surveyors lay out tracts to preserve.
Scientists who worked with the Teachers in the Woods program all worked in some capacity for federal land management agencies involved in long term research at a forested field site in the Pacific Northwest.